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October 24, 2014

KAIRUKI: Serikali kuendelea kuiwezesha Tume Opresheni Tokomeza

 Naibu Waziri wa Katiba na Sheria Mhe. Angellah Kairuki (MB) akibadilishana mawazo na Mwenyekiti wa Tume ya Rais ya Uchunguzi wa Operesheni Tokomeza Jaji Kiongozi Mstaafu Hamis Amir Msumi (kushoto) na Wajumbe wengine wa Tume hiyo, Majaji Wastaafu Stephen Ihema (kulia) na Vincent Lyimo ofisini kwake jijini Dar es Salaam leo (Oktoba 22, 2014)
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Na Mwandishi wetu

Serikali imeahidi kuendelea kuiwezesha na kuipa ushirikiano Tume ya Rais ya Uchunguzi wa Operesheni Tokomeza ili iendelee kutekeleza na hatimaye kukamilisha majukumu yake kama ilivyokusudiwa.

Naibu Waziri wa Katiba na Sheria Mheshimiwa Angellah Jasmine Kairuki amesema hayo jijini Dar es Salaam leo (Jumatano, Oktoba 22, 2014) wakati akizungumza na Wajumbe wa Tume hiyo waliomtembelea ofisini kwake ili kubadilishana mawazo.

“Serikali itaendelea kuwapa ushirikiano na kuwawezesha ili mtekeleze majukumu yenu kama ilivyokusudiwa,” amesema Naibu Waziri katika mkutano huo uliohudhuriwa na Mwenyekiti wa Tume Jaji Kiongozi Mstaafu Hamis Amir Msumi na Wajumbe wengine Jaji Mstaafu Stephen Ihema, Jaji Mstaafu Vincent Lyimo na Katibu wa Tume hiyo Wakili Fredrick Manyanda.

Ahadi ya Naibu Waziri Kairuki ilifuatia kauli ya Mwenyekiti wa Tume hiyo kuwa Tume yake imekuwa ikipata ushirikiano wa kutosha kutoka kwa wananchi na Serikali tangu ilipoteuliwa tarehe 1 Mei mwaka huu.

“Tunashukuru kwa ushirikiano tunaoupata kutoka Serikalini,” amesema Jaji Msumi na kufafanua kuwa viongozi wa Serikali wa wilaya na mikoa wametoa ushirikiano mzuri kwa Tume yake katika awamu ya kwanza ya kukusanya taarifa na malalamiko.

Jaji Msumi amesema kuwa katika awamu hiyo iliyofanyika katika mikoa ya Kigoma, Katavi, Rukwa na Mbeya wananchi na viongozi wa Serikali katika maeneo hayo walitoa ushirikiano mkubwa.

“Wakuu wa Wilaya na Wakurugenzi wa Halamashauri walitupa ushirikiano wa kutosha na wananchi walikuwa na shauku kubwa ya kukutana na Tume,” amesema Jaji Msumi alipokuwa akizungumzia awamu ya kwanza ya ziara ya Tume yake iliyofanyika kuanzia tarehe 17 Septemba, 2014 hadi 6 Oktoba mwaka huu.

Jaji Msumi pia amemweleza Naibu Waziri kuwa Tume yake inatarajia kuanza awamu ya pili ya kutembelea mikoa sita ya Kanda ya Ziwa kuanzia kesho (Alhamisi, Oktoba 23, 2014) hadi tarehe 18 Novemba mwaka huu ili kukusanya taarifa na malalamiko katika kuhusu Operesheni Tokomeza. Mikoa itakayotemebelea na Tume hiyo ni Kagera, Geita, Shinyanga, Simiyu na Mara.

Rais Jakaya Kikwete, kwa mujibu wa Kifungu cha 3 cha Sheria ya Uchunguzi Sura ya 32, aliunda Tume ya Uchunguzi (Commission of Inquiry) kuhusu vitendo vilivyotokana na uendeshaji wa Operesheni Tokomeza tarehe 1 Mei mwaka huu.

Airtel yatatua changamoto za uhaba wa vitabu vya sayansi Katika shule ya Sekondari Mukulati Mkoani Arusha


Meneja Mauzo wa kampuni ya simu za mkononi ya Airtel mkoa wa Kilimanjaro, Paschal Bikomagu (kushoto) akimkabidhi baadhi ya vitabu vya sayansi kwa Diwani wa  kata ya Olkokola Joseph Laizer  kwa niaba ya shule ya sekondari Mukulati  mkoani Arusha  wakati wa mahafali ya 17 ya kidato cha nne ya shule hiyo.
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Kampuni ya simu za mkononi ya Airtel  imeedelea kuungana na serikali katika kusaidia kuboresha maendeleo ya sekta ya elimu  nchini ambapo imetoa vitabu vya ziada na kiada  katika masomo ya sayansi kwa shule ya sekondari mukulati wilayani Arumeru mkoani Arusha.

Licha ya Kada ya sayansi kuwa ndio chimbuko kubwa  la wataalamu wengi katika fani mbalimbali bado  inatajwa kutofanya vizuri kutokana na uhaba wa miundombinu na vifaa stahiki ambayo ni muhimu kwa maendeleo ya kada hiyo.  

Meneja wa Airtel mkoa wa Kilimanjaro  Paschal Mikomagu  akizungumzia mchango wa kampuni hiyo wakati wa mahafali ya 17 ya shule ya sekondari mukulati amesema Airtel kwa kutambua changamoto mbalimbali ndani ya kada ya sayansi nchini ikiwemo uhaba wa vitabu vya kujifunzia  imeamua kuwa na utaratibu wa kugawa vitabu hivyo.  Leo tumehudhuria mahafali  na kuchangia kutatua moja ya kero zinazokumba sekta ya elimu na tuaamini kwa msaada huu wa vitabu vitaongeza ufaulu wa wanafunzi na kusaidia shule kufanya vizuri kitaaluma.

Tutaendelea kutimiza dhamira yetu kwa vitengo ya kusaidia kutatua changamoto mbalimbali mashuleni na kuhakikisha tunaboresha uwiano wa vitabu kwa wanafunzi hadi kitabu kimoja kwa mtoto moja au wawili.

Kwa upande wake Diwani wa  kata ya Olkokola Joseph laizer  leo ni sisi Airtel imetoa msaada huu wa vitabu ambavyo vitasaidia shule hapa , lakini zaidi tunawaomba Airtel waendelee kujitolea kushirikiana nasi  na kutufadhili katika ujenzi wa maabara katika shule hii ili kuweza kufikia malengo tuliyowekewa ya kuhakikisha kila shule ya sekondari inajenga maabara kwa ajili ya mafunzo ya ziada.

Akiongea mara baada ya kupokea vitabu hivyo MkeeVitalisi Martine mkuu wa shule  kwa msaada huu umeongeza uwiano wa vitabu shule hapa ambapo kwa sasa kitabu kimoja kitatatumika na wanafunzi wawili,  napenda kuwhakikishia vitabu hivi havitakaa kwenye kabati bali vitatumika kwa manufaa yaliyokusudiwa ili atimaye watoto waweze kupata ujuzi kupitia vitabu hivi.

Nao baadhi ya wanafunzi walito maoni yao kuhusu mchango huu shule ni hapo ambapo Happy Lyimo alisema natoa shukurani za dhati kwa niaba ya wanafunzi wenzangu kwa Airtel kwa kutupatia mchango wa vitabu vingi vya sayansi. Nimatumaini yangu kuwa vitabu hivi vitasaidia kuinua taaluma kwa wanafunzi na  shule kwa ujumla.

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Airtel continues its campaign to support education in Tanzania

Airtel Tanzania Ltd has once again demonstrated its commitment in collaborating with the government in improving the education sector through provision of Text books to Mukulat Secondary school in Arumeru District, Arusha Region.

Despite sciences being the source of experts in many academic and professional fields, there are still major infrastructure and resources challenges such that students continue to perform poorly. One of the most acute challenges are lack of text books necessary for students to learn as well as teaching aid for teachers. Having recognized this, Airtel is committed towards addressing these challenges working with the Ministry of education through its SHULE YETU project.

Speaking at the 17 graduation ceremony at the Mukulat Secondary School, Airtel Kilimanjaro Sales Manager Paschal Bikomagu said “Airtel is today providing much needed sciences text books to Mukulat believing that they will enable both students and teachers have better access to learning and teaching resources respectively and in turn enhance students’ pass marks. We believe this will uplift academic standards in the school and bring positive change in the science field.”

“We will continue our commitment in supporting various schools in the country through SHULE YETU project. Our Aim is to reach 1:1 student to book ratio.”  Added Paschal. 

Speaking at the ceremony the Councilor for Olkokola ward where the school resides Joseph Laizer said “today we are happy that Airtel has reached our community, supporting us to tackle challenges in the education sector. The books for physics, chemistry, biology and Mathematics will greatly enhance learning experience and will make a major contribution towards our vision of producing experts and professionals in various fields. We request Airtel to support our efforts in making sure every school in this ward is equipped with laboratories for sciences practical lessons.

The Head Teacher of the school Mkee Vitalis Martine commended Airtel’s support indicating that the donation has brought the schools’s student to book ratio to 2:1. Adding that the school will make maximum use while taking good care of the books hence they can last long.

On behalf of the students Happy Lyimo expressed gratitude to Airtel for providing text books to them indicating that they will help them in their studies and bringing academic excellence to their school.



UK TRADE & INVESTMENT LONDON/SOUTH EAST TRADE MISSION TO TANZANIA

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David Bilingsby, Head of the UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) London/South East Trade Mission to Tanzania fields questions from journalists during a press conference held yesterday at Serena Hotel. On his left is Bikash Dawahoo, Regional Economics Advisor (Photo courtesy of the British High Commission).

14 UK companies cutting across various sectors e.g. Education and Training, Security, Consultancy, Healthcare amongst others are hoping to penetrate new trade opportunities within Tanzania by taking part in UKTI London and South East trade mission to Tanzania between October 22nd-24th 2014. This is the first, independent visit by UKTI London and South East to Tanzania and East Africa.

Tanzania is fast emerging as a thriving commercial entity with a GDP growth rate of over 7% year upon year. The major city of Dar es Salaam where we will be staying is the centre of most government activity as well as being the major commercial centre with its own deep water port with trading links to the landlocked countries of Malawi, Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda.

Tanzania not only has some of the best wildlife in the world but also huge natural resources ranging from gemstones to natural gas. As such, it is fast becoming the regional hub for a number of multinational corporations. This will be an exciting opportunity for UK businesses to see what they can bring to the country.
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Victor Mlunde, Senior Political Advisor at the British High commission explains a point at a press conference held at Serena yesterday. On his left is Bikash Dawahoo, Regional Economics Advisor and David Bilingsby, Head of the UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) London/South East Trade Mission to Tanzania (Photo courtesy of the British High Commission).

As part of the programme which is being organised by UKTI in Tanzania, the delegates will have a first-hand opportunity to meet and speak with local trade associations and their members e.g. the Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) and the Tanzania National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TNCCI) and the newly set-up British Chamber of Commerce Tanzania (BCCT). They will also have a chance to speak directly with business at a Business to Business event scheduled for Thursday, 23rd October at the Serena Hotel from 1.00 to 4.00pm. We believe this will create a great opportunity for the visiting companies to meet and discuss business directly with business. 

David Billingsby, UKTI International Trade Adviser, who will lead the London delegation, said:
“Having worked in Tanzania before, I know the excellence of the reception these British companies will receive. I am certain that the mission will be successful and the delegates will be saying Asante sana!”
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Bikash Dawahoo, Regional Economics Advisor at the British High Commission, Dar es Salaam explains a point to members of press during a press conference on the UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) London/South East Trade Mission to Tanzania held yesterday at the Serena Hotel in Dar Es Salaam (Photo courtesy of the British High Commission).

The delegation will include the following companies who will then relocate to Kenya for 26th-30th October:

Edward Munyard - Eagle Scientific Carl Gibbard - Concept Smoke Screen Ltd Mike Thompson - tph Machine Tools Sudhir Patel - Velmo International Christine Meade - GSVO Hanaa Chattun - Lacaze Adam Hersi - Haad Logistics Ltd Chris Stephenson & Dan Olal - McKinney Rogers Peter Charnaud & William Charnaud - Scott & Sargeant Woodworking Machinery Umair Munir - MAP IT Services Robert Magembe - InterVAS Limited UK William Rhys-Jones - Cobham Tactical Communications & Surveillance Joy Okwuadigbo - Highbury College Nemish K Mehta - e-tel (uk) ltd
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Some of the local and international business people listen to the Head of the UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) London/South East Trade Mission to Tanzania, David Bilingsby (not in picture) as he clarifies a point to members of press. On extreme right is Fatuma Kweka, Trade Officer at the UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) department at the British High Commission, Dar Es Salaam (Photo courtesy of the British High Commission).
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A cross section of members of press listen keenly to the Head of Head of the UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) London/South East Trade Mission to Tanzania, David Bilingsby (not in picture) as he clarifies a point (Photo courtesy of the British High Commission).

SKYLIGHT BAND WAZIDI KULITIKISA JIJI LA DAR, USIKOSE LEO THAI VILLAGE NA KESHO NDANI YA JEMBE BEACH JIJINI MWANZA TAMASHA LA NYAMA CHOMA

Hashimu Donode akiimba kwa hisia kalii kabisaaa ndani ya Thai Village ili kuwapa burudani mashabiki wake.
Kama kawaida yetu kila ifikapo Ijumaa Bendi yako kali na matata hapa nchini Skylight Band tunakuwepo ndani ya kiota cha maraha Thai Village Masaki, Njoo wewe,yule na wote kuanzia mida ya saa tatu kamili mpaka mida yetu ileeeeeeeee, upate muziki mzuriiii kwenye masikio yako kwa masong makali na mapya toka kwa Timu nzima ya Skylight Band. Sogea sogea pale kati.
Digna Mbepera akiimba kwa ustadi mkubwa kabisa kutoa Burudani kwa mashabiki wake.
Kifaaa kipya machachari na moto mtoto mzuriiiiii Bela Kombo akizipiga zile vocal kaliiiii ndani ya Thai Village
Aneth Kushaba AK47 Le Meneja Her Self akichunguliaaaaaa huku akizipiga zile vocal kaliiii ndani Thai village.
Majembe ya Skylight Band Hashim Donode wa kwanza kulia, Bela Kombo (katikati), Aneth Kushaba na Digna Mbepera(Wa kwanza kushoto) wakishirikiana kutoa Burudani kaliiii ndani ya Thai Village Masaki
Shabiki Huyu akashindwa kujizuia na kuamua kumpa Sapoti Aneth Kushaba baada ya kuguswa na zile vokaliii nzuriiii
Bana Ba Congo wakiongozwa na Sam Mapenzi(wa kwanza kulia) wakiyarudi mauno vilivyoooo kuwapa raha mashabiki wao.
Sony Masamba(Katikati) akizipia Vokali nzuriiii za Congo huku akipewa sapoti ya mauno nyorotiiii na Joniko Flower(wa kwanza kushoto) na Sam Mapenzi kulia
Rahaaa kweliiii kweliiii Bana Ba Congo wakiendelea kutoa Burudaniii safiiiii ndani ya Thai Village Ijumaa Iliyopita
Weweeeee hapana chezea kabisaaa mguu juu juuuu
Aneth Kushaba akiyarudi maunooo vilivyoooo akipewa Sapoti na Donode (katikati).
Safiii kabisa Majembe kazini Digna Mbepera (mwenye Top Nyeupe) akiwa na Donode (katikati) na Aneth Kushaba wa Kwanza kulia wakiendelea kutoa burudani kaliii ndani ya Thai Village Masaki Ijumaa iliyopita.
Aneth Kushaba(Wa kwanza kulia)akiimba kwa rahaaaa kabisa huku akipewa sapoti na Hashimu Donode
Joniko Flower akiwaimbisha mashabiki hawapo piachani ndani ya Kiota cha maraha Thai Village Ijumaa iliyopita
Mashabiki wakicheza mastailiii kibaoooo waliyokuwa wakielekezwa na Joniko Flower, Njooo na wewe leo ujifunze kucheza kikuku na nyingine kiba0.
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Imma Bass akimpa baraka nyingiiiiii mpiga Bass Mwenzake Tophy huku wakiwa na furaha kubwaaa kabisa.Usikoseeee Leo ndani ya Thai Village itakuwa Balaaa ............

2014 CNN – MULTICHOICE JOURNALIST AWARDS SHOWCASES TANZANIA DESPITE FAILURE TO WIN A SINGLE AWARD

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Bento Venâncio, from Jornal Domingo and Brito Simango, from Televisão de Moçambique, posing with Victor Mlunde while holding their Portuguese Language General News Awards.

By Victor Mlunde 

Last Saturday, the world witnessed a historic annual CNN-Multichoice Journalist Award ceremony on the continent, hosted for the first time in our commercial capital, Dar Es Salaam.
The choice of Tanzania is not only an unprecedented honor to the great peaceful nation on the continent, but a rare opportunity to showcase Tanzania and open its market to the world.

I congratulate the event organizers and His Excellency the President, Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, for being the Guest of Honour, for his outstanding economic diplomacy skills and unending efforts in showcasing Tanzania to the world.

As usual, the president’s speech looked at quantity rather than quality, boasting to have more media outlets in the country than neighbors - even with mounting insecurity of media practitioners and existence of Draconian Newspapers Act, 1976 and National Security Act, 1970 which limit press freedom as we approach 2015 general elections, the standard rhetoric maintained that the government will soon table the Freedom of Information and Media Services Bills in parliament, a promise left unattended by the Ministry of Information since begin of his second term in office back in 2006.

Despite government’s slow pace in implementing commitments on free press, we should acknowledge the fact that the head of state is at least committed to transparency and open government more than his predecessors, at least by signing international commitments and protocols on transparency such as the Open Government Partnership, though more work needs to be done in getting Media Freedom Bill and Services Act in place before busy and tense election period comes in.
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Categories and winners

The award categories covered economics and business, press freedom, culture, sports, photo journalism, sports reporting and the environment. Others included Portuguese and French stories awards. Winners wrote moving and interesting stories. To mention a few; Bento Venâncio, Jornal Domingo, Mozambique investigated how lack of transparency in procurement of automobiles in Mozambique leads to fraud, Evelyn Watta, a sports reporter from Kenya revealed the value of Senegal’s mythical Wrestling heritage to the West African nation. 

The most touching of all was Press Freedom Award handed to the wife of jailed Swazi journalist, Bheki Makhubu who is facing sedition for penning columns supporting a state clerk who was charged for trying to put right the system that allowed judicial officers to misuse public cars.

My sincere congratulations should go to the only brave Tanzanian nominee, one Dickson Ng’hily whose Dar traffic jam story was a concern of all Dar commuters; too bad the judges underestimated the significance of his story in pushing authorities in fast growing African cities to expand the road network.

However, a question remains; where were the rest of Tanzanian journalists? it is believed the majority did not submit their work for some reason – probably due to the fact that everyone was very busy reporting on “katiba” stunning headlines “serikali mbili au tatu” instead of simple local stories that could create positive impact in the community! If the awards had a politics category, I am sure we would have beaten the Kenyans and West Africans for our genius in making stunning political headlines.

Yes! We would have defeated our neighbours in Kenya who have outperformed the whole of East Africa in this year’s awards, yet again. In fact it is not the first time; even in the prestigious annual Kili Marathon held in Tanzania’s Kilimanjaro region, Kenyans end up winning more trophies while we the hosts are reduced to mere spectators each year.
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President Jakaya Kikwete presents the overall ‘CNN MultiChoice African Journalist of the Year’ Award to Joseph Mathenge. Looking on is Mathenge’s son, Geoff Kihato.
Overall winner

I was personally moved by the story of the overall winner, Joseph Mathenge and his son who convinced father to abandon his private photography tender aimed at raising funds for son’s cancer treatment and instead rushed to the Westgate Mall to capture the very first photos that revealed the images of terror to the whole world.

Way forward

It is high time Tanzanian journalists be proud of their work and confident to present it in future awards, even when unsure of winning. More quantity will help identify quality stories that will make all of us proud.

Organizers should also add a social media category to honour and recognize excellent work by social media which uses the internet and citizen journalism to report sensational stories as they happen swifter than the traditional media itself.

On the other hand, award organizers should add a Swahili story category alongside Portuguese and French story awards for it is an African Union (AU) language widely spoken across East and Central Africa. Moreover, I would like to advise CNN to introduce a CNN Swahili language service in East and Central Africa, emulating BBC, Deutsche Welle, Radio France International and VOA in giving local journalists in the broader Swahili speaking East and Central African region to cover and explain local stories to the world.

Victor Mlunde is a Dar es Salaam-based Political and Development Consultant with expertise in media, good governance, elections and conflicts resolution in the Great Lakes region. He can be easily reached through +255 714 289428 and vicmlunde@yahoo.com

SWEDEN YATOA BIL. 42/- KUSAIDIA MIRADI UN

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Balozi wa Sweden nchini Tanzania Mh. Lennarth Hjelmaker akizungumza na waandishi wa habari kwenye hafla ya kutiliana saini makubaliano kati ya nchi ya yake na Umoja wa Mataifa ambapo wametoa fedha kusaidia miradi ya Umoja wa Mataifa kwenye ofisi za ubalozi wa Sweden jijini Dar es Salaam jana. Kushoto ni Mratibu Mkazi wa mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa na mwakilishi wa Shirika la Maendeleo la Umoja wa Mataifa (UNDP) nchini, Alvaro Rodriguez.(Picha na Zainul Mzige MOblog).

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SWEDEN imeyapatia mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa yaliyopo hapa nchini jumla ya shilingi bilioni 42/- ili kusaidia katika miradi yake ya maendeleo inayofanya nchiini Tanzania.

Makubaliano ya fedha hizo yametiwa saini jana kati ya Balozi wa Sweden Lennarth Hjelmaker na Mratibu wa Mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa nchini Tanzania Alvaro Rodriguez.

Fedha hizo ambazo ni sawa na dola milioni 24, zitaelekezwa kwenye miradi ya UNDAP inayoendana na sera za Sweden za kuwezesha masuala ya utawala bora, ustawi wa jamii, wanawake na watoto na usawa wa kijinsia.

Kwa mujibu wa Balozi wa Sweden, fedha hizo zitasaidia utekelezaji wa Mkukuta, Mkuza na Matokeo makubwa sasa (BRN) mipango inayofadhiliwa na mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa .

Alisema ni matumaini yake kuwa fedha hizo zitaboresha hali ya kufanya biashara, kuwekeza kwa lengo la kutoa ajira zaidi,kuwezesha uchaguzi huru, kuimarisha huduma za jamii, kuimarisha mipango, uwajibikaji na kuimarisha mawasiliano ya radio kwa ajili ya upashanaji habari vijijini ili kusaidia maamuzi yenye mtazamo mpana zaidi miongoni mwa watu wa vijijini.
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Balozi wa Sweden nchini Tanzania Mh. Lennarth Hjelmaker (kulia) na Mratibu Mkazi wa mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa na mwakilishi wa Shirika la Maendeleo la Umoja wa Mataifa (UNDP) nchini, Alvaro Rodriguez wakitiliana saini makubaliano ya msaada wa fedha hizo mbele ya waandishi wa habari (hawapo pichani) wakati wa hafla hiyo iliyofanyika jana jijini Dar es Salaam kwenye ofisi za ubalozi huo.

Katika hafla hiyo Balozi wa Sweden alisema pamoja na kutoa fedha hizo kwa mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa, nchi yake itaendelea na makubaliano yaliyofikiwa na serikali ya Tanzania na kuendelea kutoa misaada yake ya kimaendeleo.

Akijibu swali la kwanini wanatoa fedha kwa mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa pekee, na kama wameacha kutoa misaada ya moja kwa moja serikalini, Balozi huyo alisema misaada ya taifa hilo imelenga kupata matokeo yanayotakiwa na kwamba itaendelea kusaidia pia taasisi nyingine zisizo za kiserikali na serikali yenyewe.

Aidha Balozi Lennarth Hjelmåker alisema kwamba Tanzania imekuwa mfano bora kabisa wa mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa kwa kuwezesha ufanisi mkubwa wa miradi ya maendeleo yaliyolenga kuwawezesha watanzania kupiga hatua mbele na kuhakikisha kuwapo kwa amani.
Alisema wanafurahia kusaidia masuala ya utawala bora, kazi kwa vijana, usawa wa kijinsia na kuwapo kwa uchaguzi huru na wenye amani.
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Balozi wa Sweden nchini Tanzania Mh. Lennarth Hjelmaker (kulia) na Mratibu Mkazi wa mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa na mwakilishi wa Shirika la Maendeleo la Umoja wa Mataifa (UNDP) nchini, Alvaro Rodriguez wakionyesha hati za makubaliano hayo mara baada ya kutiliana saini.

Sweden imesema itaendelea kusaidia Umoja wa Mataifa nchini hasa inapotekeleza mradi wake wa misaada kwa Tanzania (UNDAP) kama mashirika hayo yalivyokubaliana na serikali ya Tanzania.

Naye Mratibu wa Mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa nchini, Alvaro Rodriguez, ameishukuru Sweden kwa kuendelea kuwa mdau wa maendeleo.

Tanzania na Umoja wa Mataifa wanatekeleza mradi wa miaka mitano wa UNDAP ambapo mashirika ya UN yaliyopo nchini yanatoa kwa umoja wake huduma stahiki ili kupata Matokeo Makubwa.
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Balozi wa Sweden nchini Tanzania Mh. Lennarth Hjelmaker (kulia) na Mratibu Mkazi wa mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa na mwakilishi wa Shirika la Maendeleo la Umoja wa Mataifa (UNDP) nchini, Alvaro Rodriguez wakibadilishana hati hizo za makubaliano hayo.
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Baadhi ya waandishi wa habari na wafanyakazi wa Umoja wa Mataifa na Ubalozi wa Sweden waliohudhuria hafla hiyo.
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Naibu Mkuu wa Kitengo cha Ushirikiano na Maendeleo kwenye Ubalozi wa Sweden nchini, Maria Van Berlekom, akizungumza na waandishi wa habari kwenye ofisi za ubalozi huo jana jijini Dar es Salaam.
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Mtaalam wa Mahusiano na Mawasiliano wa Umoja wa Mataifa (UN) Tanzania, Hoyce Temu (kushoto) akimtambulisha Mwandishi wa habari kutoka East Africa Radio Nassa Kingu kwa Mratibu Mkazi wa mashirika ya Umoja wa Mataifa na mwakilishi wa Shirika la Maendeleo la Umoja wa Mataifa (UNDP) nchini, Alvaro Rodriguez (katikati) mara baada ya hafla fupi ya kutiliana saini makubaliano ya fedha hizo baina ya Umoja wa Mataifa na Ubalozi wa Sweden nchini.
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Mtaalam wa Mahusiano na Mawasiliano wa Umoja wa Mataifa (UN) Tanzania, Hoyce Temu akiteta jambo na Balozi wa Sweden nchini Tanzania Mh. Lennarth Hjelmaker mara baada ya Umoja wa Mataifa na Ubalozi wa Sweden kutiliana saini makubaliano ya msaada huo.

MAKAMU WA RAIS DKT. BILAL AAGANA NA BALOZI WA BOTSWANA NCHINI TANZANIA IKULU DAR

Makamu wa Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania, Dkt. Mohammed Gharib Bilal, akizungumza na  Balozi wa Botswana nchini Tanzania, anayemaliza muda wake, Oliphant Tuelonyana, aliyefika ofisini kwake Ikulu jijini Dar es Salaam jana kwa ajili ya kumuaga baada ya kumaliza muda wake wa kazi nchini. Picha na OMR

SHIRIKA LA NDEGE LA FLY DUBAI WAZINDUA SAFARI ZAO NCHINI TANZANIA

Makamu wa Rais mwandamizi katika shughuli za kibiashara wa shirika la ndege la FlyDubai ,Bwa.Sudhir Sreedharan akizungumza mbele ya wageni waalikwa mbalimbali jana kwenye uwanja wa kimataifa wa Jk Nyerere Kwenye Uzinduzi wa Shirika jipya la ndege la Fly Dubai.
Shirika Jipya la Ndege la Fly Dubai Jana Wamezindua safari zao nchini kwa gharama za bei nafuu,pia ndege hiyo itakuwa ikiruka moja kwa moja pia kutokea Zanzibar kwenda Dubai
Balozi mdogo wa Tanzania Nchini Dubai Mh Omar Mjenga akitoa shikrani zake kwa shirika la Fly Dubai kwa kuanza safari zao nchini Tanzania
Mgeni rasmi,Waziri wa nchi Ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais Muungano,Mh Samia Suluhu akizungumza mapema leo katika uzinduzi wa njia mbili mpya za ndege ya FlyDubai aina ya Boieng 737-800,uliofanyika katika uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimataifa wa Julius Nyerere,jijini Dar
Sehemu ya Wafanyakazi wa Uwanja wa kimataifa wa Julius Nyerere wakifuatilia uzinduzi huo
Mh Pius Msekwa akifuarajia Jambo wakati wa uzinduzi wa safari za shirika la Ndege la Fly Dubai
Makamu wa Rais mwandamizi katika shughuli za kibiashara wa shirika la ndege la FlyDubai ,Bwa.Sudhir Sreedharan akiteta jambo na Mgeni rasmi,Waziri wa nchi Ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais Muungano,Mh Samia Suluhu 
Baadhi ya wageni wakishangilia Jmabo
Makamu wa Rais mwandamizi katika shughuli za kibiashara wa shirika la ndege la FlyDubai ,Bwa.Sudhir Sreedharan akijadiliana jambo na   Mgeni rasmi,Waziri wa nchi Ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais Muungano,Mh Samia Suluhu wakati wakisubili ndege itue
Mgeni rasmi,Waziri wa nchi Ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais Muungano,Mh Samia Suluhu akifurahia jambo na Mh Pius Msekwa wakati wakisubilia ndege ya FlyDubai aina ya Boieng 737-800 itue kwa mara ya kwanza nchini
Mgeni rasmi,Waziri wa nchi Ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais Muungano,Mh Samia Suluhu na Balozi mdogo wa Tanzania Nchini Dubai Mh Omar Mjenga wakisubilia ndege ya FlyDubai aina ya Boieng 737-800 itue kwa mara ya kwanza nchini
Baadhi ya viongozi wa Shirika la Ndege ya Fly Dubai wakisubili Ndege ya Itue 
Hatimaye ndege ya Fly Dubai ikatua kwenye uwanja wa kimataifa wa Jk Nyerere
Makamu wa Rais mwandamizi katika shughuli za kibiashara wa shirika la ndege la FlyDubai ,Bwa.Sudhir Sreedharan akikaribishwa nchini
Kikundi cha ngoma kikitumbuiza
Makamu wa Rais mwandamizi katika shughuli za kibiashara wa shirika la ndege la FlyDubai ,Bwa.Sudhir Sreedharan akisalimiana na Mh Pius Msekwa

Makamu wa Rais mwandamizi katika shughuli za kibiashara wa shirika la ndege la FlyDubai ,Bwa.Sudhir Sreedharan akimpa zawadi  Mgeni rasmi,Waziri wa nchi Ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais Muungano,Mh Samia Suluhu.